Bakhoor Oud Arabian Incense
It must be noted that Bakhoor has some of the most pleasant smells in Aroma Therapy that one can experience. It can be used for meditation, scenting up a house and in some parts of the world it is used to spread smoke throughout the living space, causing a cold home to become warmer and cozier. It is used during ceremonies, weddings, holidays and at times of death. It is for celebrations, honoring people and the welcoming of guests into the home. Others use it to fragrant their clothes while some find it beneficial in the dispelling of insects. Many shops throughout the Middle East will use Bakhoor to attract buyers into their stores by burning the best scented Bakhoor and letting the smoke drift out to the street as people walk by, sparking up the interest of potential buyers.
Bakhoor can be the Arabic equivalent to the word Incense. SO Bakhoor Oud Arabian Incense, all go hand in hand. There are many different types and varieties mainly imported out from the Arabic world to the rest of us. Bakhoor has been around for thousands of years on known records, dating as far back as ancient Egypt, Babylonia and China.
These are home fragrances burned with charcoal or on an electric burner.